The goal of the challenge was: Read and review Scottish books -- any genre, any form -- written by a Scottish author (by birth or immigration) or about or set in Scotland.
My personal goal was the lowest level: Just A Keek (a little look): 1-4 books read.
Here is what I read:
Peggy is continuing the Read Scotland challenge for 2015. The rules are similar; check them out HERE and sign up.
The basics are:
I am again signing up for the Just A Keek level: 1-4 books read.
These are the books I said I might read in 2014, and you will note that I read none of them in 2014:
Red BonesBlue Lightning
A. D. Scott (profiled by Peggy here)
A Small Death in the Great Glen
A Double Death On the Black IsleBeneath the Abbey Wall
The Edinburgh Dead
Ghost in the MachineDevil in the Detail
From comments in last year's sign up post, here are some other authors I am considering:
Ian Rankin, William McIlvanney, Gordon Ferris, Arthur Conan Doyle, Kate Atkinson. More Denise Mina and Catriona McPherson.
Another author I have read already in 2015: John Buchan. The first book I read this year was The 39 Steps.